Originally premiering in the UK in June 1978, The Shout is an unsettling film based on a short story by writer and poet Robert Graves, showcasing outstanding performances from its...
Those angst-ridden, ass-kicking avengers with attitude are back in action, dudes. More than a decade after their last big-screen outing, the Turtles return to do what they do best —...
It hasn't been a great year for horror buffs. We've seen Rob Zombie effectively kill off the Halloween series with his utterly shite "reimagining" of the original.
So, it's 25 years since that classic catchphrase, "They're heeeere", made its mark. And in those intervening years, the film has been frequently refererenced and parodied.
When a heroine is seen in the early reels of a horror movie wearing a white vest top, the chances are high that it won’t be pristine come the gripping finale.
The exquisite Bridge to Terabithia is a surprising film for many reasons. It features two juvenile leads who are bearable.
A French interpretation of a glossy American thriller? It’s not the most obvious of combinations, is it? Tell No One is Harlan Coben’s best-selling beach-read slab of crime fiction as...
"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty."— Thomas Jefferson
I have to confess that I enjoyed Spider-Man 3 on DVD more so than I did when I saw it at the cinema.
There comes a point in every critic’s life where they must, inevitably, question if they’re just too damn old for the job.